I am so excited to be back with another Tubie Pad Maker Feature this week!
Just as a reminder, here’s a breakdown of what I’ll be sharing!
My personal thoughts on the maker’s Tubie Pads.
A bit of the maker’s story.
The materials they use and special features that sets each of them apart to help you find the right fit for you.
Lots of photos to hopefully help you get a full picture of what you are purchasing (on a human, front, back, etc.)
Price and where to find the Tubie Pads.
Lots of other nuggets of info depending on what each maker chooses to share!
This week I’ll be sharing and will be hearing from my new friend, Kaitlin Metheny of Tennessee, who started Bella Madalyn! She sent me some super precious floral tubie pads! Look how cute! And she picked them out herself! Continue reading “Tubie Pad Feature: Bella Madalyn”→
Welcome back! This is the second to last part of this story. Thanks so much for sticking around for it! I’m curious, what would you like to see me write next? While I have ideas, I am ultimately here in hopes of helping others. Are you currently having issues with how to tape your feeding tube and looking for a possible new way? Are you scheduled for a procedure in the hospital and want a list of ideas for things to take with you to make it feel more like home? Or maybe you aren’t a patient and have a question about something I’ve already mentioned here and would like for me to elaborate on it? I’d love to hear from you!
Let’s jump back in!
The second trip to Mayo Clinic was just as busy as the first! There were lots of lab draws and running around to see various doctors, but Aunt Retta and I had fun with it!
Welcome back! Alright, so the J-tube is placed! What else could ever go wrong?
While getting used to my new normal with my J-tube, I had a lot of trouble. It was great in the sense that it helped my tummy stay a little flatter than it had been and it made it to where I was able to eat a pretty full liquid and soft food diet without too much trouble. But it was so hard to learn how to tape it just right so it didn’t hurt and to find cute clothes that were comfortable and didn’t make it obvious that it was there.